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can't they figure out how to move a retired space shuttle from the airport to a museum in los angeles, without having to cut down 400 perfectly good trees, in a city that could use more of them and not less. trees that nature worked hard to grow and were not hurting anybody. and were only making life better. the endeavour was the last of the shuttles, and after all the millions of miles it has flown, this last bit of its final journey is proving the most controversial. our report from los angeles. >> reporter: it was the final flight, a victory lap around california, piggy back, passing landmarks like the golden gate bridge and the hollywood sign. >> right over there, right over there. >> what a sight, never saw anything like that in my life. >> reporter: above communities, where they built endeavour 20 years ago, bill roberts worked on it for decades. >> it is the home of the endeavour, we're very glad to see it come here. >> reporter: the orbitter that traveled through space touched down for the last time at international airport. but it is the final earth bound leg of its trip, the
, and there were no injuries. mrs. romney was on her way from omaha to santa monica. she arrived in los angeles a few hours later. the f.a.a. is investigating. >>> a jail lock down from a case of tuberculosis was lifted. they locked down a section of the facility in redwood city to prevent a possible spread of the illness. two inmates were dying -- diagnosed with active cases of tb. the couple with over crowding conditions housed new inmates. the women who were infected were isolated and taken to an outside medical facility for treatment. >>> a saddening to the search for a retired san francisco firefighter who disappeared during a train trip to canada. the body of charlie dowd was found in nebraska. the san mateo man was traveling cross country to visit family when he vanished. amtrak officials believe he may have fallen from the train. his family is devastated, but they are grateful for the many prayers and support they received during their search. >>> a mu rine county man died in a bizarre climbing accident in utah. he lived in novato and he is a retired neurosurgeon at ucsf. he died on tue
monica. she arrived in los angeles a few hours later. the f.a.a. is investigating. >>> a jail lock down from case of tuberculosis was lifted. they locked down a section of the facility in redwood city to prevent a possible spread of the illness. two inmates were dying -- diagnosed with active cases of tb. the couple with over crowding conditions housed new inmates. the women who were infected were isolated and taken to an outside medical facility for treatment. >>> a saddening to the search for a retired san francisco firefighter who disappeared during a train trip to canada. the body of charlie dowd was found in nebraska. the san mateo man was traveling cross country to visit family when he vanished. amtrak officials believe he may have fallen from the train. his family is devastated, but they are grateful for the many prayers and support they received during their search. >>> a mu rine county man died in a bizarre climbing accident in utah. he lived in novato and he is a retired neurosurgeon at ucsf. he died on tuesday repelling down a canyon at zion national park. it was a trip on hi
flight before settling down in los angeles. yesterday morning thousands gathered by the bridge. i was over there, it was fantastic. the crowd enjoyed two fly byes at the golden gate. the second one had the subtle going right between the bridge's towers. wow! >> honestly, i was a bit emotional. i was tiered up a little a litt. it surprised me. >> the flight of a little more than a thousand miles will be among endeavour's most memorable, which is saying a lot since the shuttle traveled 100 million miles through space. let's take a live look at the endeavour right now in los angeles. the los angeles international airport. it received a big welcome home yesterday and that's going to be the home, los angeles. the shuttle will be kept there for several weeks before it begins a twelve mile ground trek to the california space center. that's going to be interesting. and once it gets to the space center it will become a permanent museum exhibit. our viewers took some great pictures of the flyover. check this out. john griffin had this shot of the subtle passing over his neighborhood. it loo
own electrical system. these are various projects. los angeles storm drain system. they raised the dam. your water is a product of pw a. they built the sacramento water reservoir. the fans were so well built that in fact, they are still in use. the engineers said we have to replace a ball bearing. we of course, have neglected our infrainstruct our and it's rated to be a d and dropping. so if you don't pay your taxes, things do fall down. much of it is things that were built during the new deal. fortunately, they built them very well. so the stuff was really built to last. but, if you don't have taxes to run a state. i expect we will see more of that stuff. i will give you a brief tour that we take for granted. the commitment to public education in all its manifestations. public schools from kindergarten to higher education. there are thousand of new deal schools built within less than ten years. many have art work in or on them. this is berkeley high school. you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free. the schools are always telling you that public education can make you
passing by getty center, griffith observatory, los angeles city hall, and the nasa jet propulsion laboratory, queen mary, malibu beach, long beach aquarium. she was everywhere you can just watch it forever. >> this is the los angeles skyline. >> endeavor touched down at los angeles international airport today. and rob hays was there for the landing. >> the arrival at l.a.x. was an audible one. from a tarmac buzz... to a burst of applause. to lmz this. into is a humming of the scene from star trek. by the fly buy bimade it final. and the days soaring through space or across the skies are over. but it days of inspiring will continue at california science center. >> admission is free. go see the space shuttle. it's going to inspire a lot of kids to imagine what they can do and fwoitsing to inspire a lot of people to think what we can do when we're constructive, and not destructive. >> the pop pomp and circumstance emphasizing excitement of landing in los angeles. later tonight when the sun is start stog-to-set, and things have settled down, that is when this massive crane will swing
leaving the bay area the shuttle made its way to los angeles where will be displayed on the california sized museum. it's made its way over the iconic hollywood sign encircle downtown los angeles before coming down to earth for the last time. a large crowd gathered as the retired shuttle rolled across the tarmac. >> it is the end of an era. >> the kids are going to look at her and be inspired at what people can do. they will people to believe that someone built that. >> after being moved from lax pit is scheduled to go on display next month. one of the best places to see endeavor passed by the golden gate bridge, christie field. >> cate caugurian was there for the iconic flights. >> one of hundreds that waited in anticipation that christie field for a few moments of history. >> i have always been a fan of the space program, fallen the shuttle and space program since it was a child. and when i heard that the shuttle would make one last flyby over the bay area i knew that had to see it >> it was stunning. such an incredible piece of technology, it represents such an incredible achievemen
towards los angeles and touchdown at lax. the final will be on the ground and it will take up to 12 hours to the catch the shuttle. and it will be loaded onto a special truck to take to a museum. we had news crews all over the bay. as people were reviewing this and our team coverage begins with haazig madyun >> why are you here? >> i'm here to see the shuttle fly over. and to get my shirt. and i have my 64 access camera lens. that way the wife is not going to give me any excuses lalaughed and i think that it is probably the last time the will see anything that will resemble nasa. something in history that has been up and down from our atmosphere in a long time. >>reporter: once-in-a- lifetime? eskimo once-in-a- lifetime. i've never seen them take off but the san francisco bay bridge. and i am still excited. i had memories here for a long time. >>reporter::haazig madyun kron 4. >>pam: and the other salute to the kron 4's rob fladeboe was ready outside the gate of moffett field. and i think it is an honor. the spaceship was amazing! it had a great contusion with the chest and a marine helic
me proud to be an american >>> on its way to retirement in los angeles, tens of thousands watching endeavors final fly over. >>> there were tears in my eyes to see these people come together >>> a once-in-a-lifetime moment. of aerospace off. >>> one day for everybody to put in their books and witness history >>> spectators snapped as many pictures as they could cbs 5 reporter julie a goodrich shows as fort photos taken by the war's >>> he shares with his wife the moment he witnessed the space shuttle endeavor glide by his san francisco high-rise >>> you could see it with the naked eye and awesome visual out my balcony ever but was out on the balcony's that was so cool >>> like many others throughout the bay area called on rooftops to catch a glimpse conference calls and meetings put on hold >>> i'm on my call a look out the window it comes over the golden gate bridge and i said " there is is so cool " >>> and was the conference call a deal breaker >>> the fly over something people want to pause and seek and share photos with friends >>> i have some great pictures of these are on fa
the peninsula and over moffett field were thousands gathered to see yet. on to monterey, and finally los angeles it does the hollywood sign and circle downtown before landing at lax next week it is towed to the california signs museum where it will be on display next month. >>> while witnessing history many of your stamp photos of endeavor, our design department of these, juliette goodrich shows us more >>> christoph gobbler shares with his wife the moment he witnessed the space shuttle glide by his san francisco high rise >>> i looked over the top and you could see it within that to die and josten visual i was on my balcony and everybody was out on the balcony's that is so cool >>> like many others throughout the bay area and huddled on rooftops to catch a glimpse conference calls and meetings put on hold >>> i'm on my call i look out the window i see it come over the golden gate bridge. i said this was so cold that was the end of the call >>> i think the call was a deal and answer >>> the fly over was something people wanted to see and share photos with friends >>> i have great pictures these
a photo. ann romney and staffers were flying from omaha to los angeles when the cabin started filling up with smoke. the cause? an electrical fire. >> we'd like to be effective in denver. we have an electrical issue here and we're going to prepare emergency. >> o blijed. obliged. >> a campaign aide says mrs. romney spoke with her husband right after the landing and told him everything was fine. >>> it shows he paid $2 million in taxes on almost $14 million in income. that comes to an effective tax rate of 14.1%, lower than millions of middle income americans. but actually more than he had to pay. romney didn't mention taxes while campaigning in las vegas today. but he did blast president obama for saying that changing washington from the inside isn't possible. romney said he would if elected. >> the president is back at the white house tonight after a day of campaigning in virginia. he spoke to voters in woodbridge and took another swipe at mitt romney's secretly-taped fund raising remarks. >> i don't believe we can get very far with leaders who write off half the nagsz tion as a bu of v
to los angeles. our reporter was there to see it earlier today and she said people were stunned and elated to see the shuttle. >> reporter: a proud and final moment for space shuttle "endeavour." >> 235 flights, it had over 800 seats that people went into space. >> reporter: he was one of those people. in fact, he was one of the first, not on "endeavour" but on each of the four other nasa shuttles, saying good-bye to the only one he ever flew on was bittersweet for the 74-year-old who now works at nasa ames. >> there are things like that that empowers legacy that i think we're celebrating as much today to saying good-bye to the shuttle as it goes into storage. >> reporter: former astronaut steve robertson watched. very different from his last encounter on dev dev. >> i flew on the second to last one and i started here at nasa ames. i just turned 19, which i hate was a little while ago, so it was full circle for me. >> reporter: it's more than a celebration of "endeavour." it highlights the power of nasa ames. >> the people who had developed the tiles so that the shuttle would no
a final flight over the bay area before settling down to los angeles yesterday morning. thousands gathered around the vista point of the side of the bridge. it was amazing. the crowd enjoyed two fly byes of the golden gate. the second one, check it out. the shuttle going right between the bridge's towers. wow! >> honestly? i was a bit emotional. i tiered up a little bit. it surprised me. >> i met a woman who had tiers flowing down her cheeks, she was so moved by the whole thing. the flight will be among the endeavour's most memorable, which is saying a lot since it flied over 100 million miles through space. let's take a live look at the endeavour in l.a. this morning and she's not going to leave it. she received a huge welcome yesterday. it will be prepped there for several weeks before it begins a twelve-mile ground trek to the california space center. they will toe that thing through the streets of los angeles to a permanent museum exhibit. in order to make room for the endeavor, they had to cut down 400 trees along the travel route. but before you get too upset, they will plant more th
are the latest to move out. only two of the 23 new fall dramas are being shot in los angeles. big tv dramas mean big-time jobs. >> a typical drama, 22-episode drama will hire 840 people. >> paul keeps track of area production as president of film l.a. >> california is way behind. if they had at the beginning of the incentives race come out with a modest incentive that was broadly based, it would have shut down the whole race. >> now states like new york are battling for bragging rights as the new entertainment hub. >> we see the mayor and governor of new york claiming in this century they will be the center of film and television production. >> the loss of tv drama production alone. >> we're down so far that where we used to own 80%, we're down to about 29% this year. >> a decline that's draining the wallets of local production workers like dagg along with california coffers. the solution, dagg says it starts at the legislative level with a push for more competitive tax incentives. >> what will this place look like if things don't turn around? >> i don't think any of this -- i don't think any of
the final flight towards los angeles and touchdown at lax. the final will be on the ground and it will take up to 12 hours to the catch the shuttle. and it will be loaded onto a special truck to take to a for the final 12-miles. with the team coverage of the endeavor continues right now. >> a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity with huge crowds gathered by the golden gate bridge to witness history. >> i am from st. louis and we heard about it from the paper and we got this will be exciting. >> a mixture of tourists and locals who wanted to see this on its final flight. they waited in may shore that their cameras were ready. and the shuttle began its approach. they waited and made sure that there cameras were ready. and it was on its jet escort. >> it is wonderful. it was exciting. >> it was cool. >> endeavor flew near alcatraz for a nother round near the bridge. >> you can fill the goosebumps. >> i thought it was really cool. i'm glad i skipped school for this. >> i had tears in my eyes it was so overwhelming. >> awesome. >> emotional moment with endeavor in san francisco, kron 4. >> this is wha
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questions to that pilot z the flight made it to los angeles and this mission was completed and so... that question will be likely asked during a debriefing of the pilot. but answer, they say is probably going to be a low priority. >> thank you. >> and there are thousand that's tried to get close to the golden gate bridge and there is a great view of the moment in history. >> space shuttle flying over the most famous bridge in the world. such a vision and sound. there is a big crowd that turned out. and there is down by the shore, sticking out of a sun roof. risking a parking ticket. looking up in wonder. >> came here this morning and watched the sun over the city. it was awesome. really great. >> i honestly i was a bit emotional and a little teared up a little bit. surprisingly. >> there are cameras, cheer asks tears as folks gazed at the hip that took america with her every time she went up, incluing today. >> still have tears running down my face. >> really? mean that's much to you some. >> yes. very always been a space nut. soit was very exciting. >> this is just when it went o
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yesterday as she was flying to los angeles. had to make an emergency landing in denver as a result of smoke that filled the cabin. turned out to be a suspected electrical fire. the good news is that everybody landed in los angeles safe at the end of day, first landing safely in denver with that emergency landing. a secret service agent, apparently according to a tweet from ann romney's own son, looked over and said, "so this was supposed to be a nonsmoking flight." jenna? >> very nicely tweeted. peter alexander, thank you very much. >>> abby huntsman is the daughter of former republican presidential candidate john huntsman. harold ford jr. is now an nbc news political analyst. good morning to both of you. we've been talking about this for months. he's been under pressure to do it for months. why now, why on a friday afternoon? >> he's had a tough week. maybe a tough two weeks. probably makes a lot of sense to distract and divert, it seems, probably in the romney campaign. unfortunate to have to release his tax returns to divert this attention. but hopefully this will shift romney to become
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to los angeles. this was a victory round. it and its carrier jet flew at low altitudes so spectators could get a great view. i have seen great pictures on facebook in the last hour appear the shuttle will retire to the california science museum where it is expected to remain earthbound for the rest of eternity. never got to ride on it. >> no, we never did. >> next time. thanks for watching. we will see you again at the top of the hour. >> you can see more on our website, dw.de. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org--
of $100 million. to get these charging stations in throughout the bay area and down the coast to los angeles. they sold 5000 electric cars and they want to keep expanding. problem, permits. some people are making it hard, some cds are making it too difficult to get these charging stations up and running. we will deal with that city by city and we will have success. secondly, the utility's charge various fees to set up and provide the electricity. we want to make sure that it is cost recovery and to not be unreasonable. we meet with them if their problem and we react. through the public utilities commission, through local regulation, we react and try to do everything we can to solve problems. if you are talking about deals like if you come to california, we will pay 7000 for any job, we have a little bit of that but it is hard to pay people for their business activities. we do not have enough money. they're doing that all over the state. cutting deals. we are doing that in some respects. it is our race. how does michigan spent so much subsidy attracting -- michigan is not doing that w
and along the central coast. it touch down in los angeles just before 1 this afternoon. in three weeks thousands of people are expected to the line the streets of l. a. as it is toed about 12-miles to the sign museum. the shuttle goes on display there october 30th go to ktvu.com for more video. >>> we've learned tonight that a retired san francisco firefighter who went missing during a cross country train trip has been found dead. he disappeared last week. the 69-year-old was on his way from the bay to chicago to visit his son. he may have been dc disoriented. the say the family was spotted in nebraska. they thanked all the volunteers who helped family search for him. >>> san francisco police are on alert tonight after an overnight protest sparked by an officer spark shooting. all of this resulted in a growing gang violence in the mission. >> reporter: police are stepping up patrols in the mission district tonight. but they're balls watching -- they will also be watching out for their own. people marged through and spray painted the word killers. the protester moved on without any othe
in moss angeles. -- los angeles. >> all you want is the best possible classroom experience. there has to be some level of accountability. i would but it might evolve met helped to rate teachers. not testers in a performance what metric will you use? john: that includes your parents. >> but they were educators and my mom said the same thing. there are brilliant teachers out there who change lives. think of the best teacher that still has the impact. wouldn't be wonderful we could trust our children would have that experience? would it is all about the union thomas stranglehold, the pension, benefits, it makes teachers the enemy. but they should be what makes children more successful. [applause] john: the union says it is not just about money. they don't think this system is fair to get students whose parents don't care and the teachers that struggle are unfairly judged. >> this is what is shameful. the unions blame the hard chips on the students. no question but the point* that the mayor was making you want to identify this teachers and move them farther and faster. that is what the un
and then on his 18th birthday shipped him to los angeles with a list of homeless shelters. authorities found him there and mitch is now back in georgia in safe surroundings and his parents are in custody. >> number five on a list of things never to do, this would be near the top. a man believed to be in his 20s jumped from the monorail at the bronx zoo and into a tiger pit. he's in critical condition after suffering puncture wounds but he's alive. that's the good news. staff used a fire extinguisher to keep the tiger at bay and the jumper then rolled under a hot wire to safety. wow. >> money can soon be on the way to the victims of the theaters victims in aurora, colorado. a special master has been appointed to distribute money to the families of those who lost their lives and the 58 wounded in that attack. feinberg comes to the project with specialized experience. he's also been hired by penn state who help claims by victims. ken feinberg joins me this morning. >> good morning. >> why do you think specifically you've been called in to help manage these funds once again? >> well, i think the pre
was on her way to los angeles but made an unscheduled stop in denver after the cockpit filled with smoke. the campaign later tweeted that everything was okay. >>> and if you buy trader joe's peanut butter, you better check the cover. the store is voluntarily recalling its valencia creamy salty peanut butter with sea salt, a possible link found to 29 cases of salmonella in pennsylvania and massachusetts. the peanut butter in question is labelled with use by dates from may 23rd, 2013 to june 28th, 2013. >>> a truck driver in long island picked up a hitch-hiker and drove him around for four days. that story is odd enough there, but he then found out the man was wanted for murder, theft and forgery. the truck driver even invited the hitch-hiker over for dinner with his family, twice. police discovered he was a murder suspect during a stop at the george washington bridge. the driver obviously was shocked. >> i wasn't really shocked, because like i said, he was a very quiet guy. like my wife saw me, don't pick up any strangers. >> apparently he wasn't shocked. the suspect, 52-year-old charles
, who said the reason blacks aren't working is because of proposition 209. i was in los angeles a month ago and they say proposition 209 is the reason black contractors are not working there. the law has stepped in the way where, today, african-american contractors are not -- not one job in san francisco, are african-americans working on. but a japanese company is controlling 90% of the work in san francisco -- homes, webcore and they do not hire african-american. and i'm saying that something's got to be done. and you guys -- the supervisors, and whether you know it or not, one day this is going to boil over. and when it does, everybody will say they don't know anything about it. but as i was telling some guys the other day, most of you don't know, i'm a veteran, and a disabled american, a war veteran. and i don't understand how i can be in the military, and fight for a country that they got laws now that prevent us from working in it. something is wrong with this whole thing. and particularly the city of st. francis to say there's not one, not one african-american firm working on any
the mayor of los angeles, for example, so there's a movement as mr. klein wrote where democrats are willing to take this on, but if they're willing to take it on in a way that ends up 17 1/2% raise on teachers, and not going to help very much. >> is it going down in chicago it's finally over, colin? >> i think that parents are reloved to have their kids back in school, relieved. but it's going to have enormous costs for the school system and i think that moody's looked at this and it was credit negative here. >> paul: right. >> here this strike so they're going to have to make more quick adjustments, maybe more charter schools. >> paul: that would be a good outcome, but that will be fought every step of the way by the unions, too. we have to take one more break. when we come back, our hits and when we come back, our hits and misses of the week. captioned by closed captioning services, inc. heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...... ... >>. >> paul: time for a big close hits and misses of the week. kim first to you. >> i go
lemon, for now, sanjay gupta. >>> hi, thank you for joining us, i'm reporting from los angeles today where we'll talk about omega 3 supplements. a full disclosure, i do take them myself, but a new study says don't bother. >>> and the triathlon, after a big race, we'll see more. and first, cancer cures under the microscope. >>> this week, md anderson, the largest cancer center in the world make this surprising announcement. they say we're finally in a position to radically reduce the death rate from several common cancers. not some someday, far off in the future, but instead, soon. including cancers like melanoma, prostate, lung cancer, the biggest killer. it is a big challenge, but some say we just simply can't afford the huge cost of new treatments. and we've also heard new ideas before, but this time they say it is different. she was half way through her senior year of college last december when she noticed something strange in her left breast. >> something was just not right. and i knew it was not. and i just felt like it was something not good. >> two doctors told her not to worr
campaigned across california today with stops in san francisco, san diego and los angeles there been he travels to denver. and a little later on this evening, at about 40 minutes from now, firstly michelle obama will address the congressional black caucus foundation in their awards dinner. it is held each year as part of their annual legislation conference to honor african- americans who have made significant contributions. that is at 7:30 p.m. eastern time. in less than two weeks, the presidential candidates meet for the first time in the first of three debates. the first one is wednesday, october 3 from the university of denver. you can see that live on c-span, c-span raider, and online at c- span.org. another rally this week in milwaukee, mitt romney spoke. ♪ i was born free >> good afternoon. good afternoon. isn't it great to be on this market campus? [applause] i am a proud mother of a freshman student here on campus and, when i get a chance to see my son or talk to him, i most appreciated. thank you, matt. thank you for coming out. scott and i are asked all the time why we do wh
happened. i think jerry west is responsible as a great player and architect of all the los angeles lakers' championship teams and a member of our executive board involved in every player-personnel decision that the warriors make it. we purchased a dame last week that played in bismarck, north dakota and this december that team will began play in santa clara was the santa clara warriors in the new arena that we're constructing in santa clara. we hired mark jackson as the coach. but this is not about waiting five years for a great new arena to become a great franchise. we are heavily investing in both the team and the fan #kg:íw experience now. this summer there has been more investment about $11 million in oracle arena than there has been any other time since the major renovation in 1999. and one thing i would probably not expect you to recognize on that slide is a 7' center, which usually doesn't go along with the warriors. andru gagot, one the top centers in the nba will begin play for the warriors in about a month from now. part of the fan experience is in the arena, warriors fans as y
in downtown los angeles, more than 2,000 miles away from home. he spotted and mistaken for a lost child. >> he weighed 97 pounds, he was 5'3", the lapd said his skin was too white, he was obviously malnourished. >> reporter: he said the family put him on a bus to l.a. with a list of homeless shelters, he said despite the years of torture and being a captive, investigators say the teen is talking. >> he is very polite, very timid, and surprising to me, he let us in. >> reporter: neighbors say they were not aware the teen even lived in the home. and investigators say his 13 and 11-year-old sisters had not seen their brother in two years. right now, his two sisters are in protective custody. a family has volunteered to care for comer until the investigation is completed. the teen's parents have been charged with seven counts of child abuse and are being held without bail. nick valencia, cnn, atlanta. >>> the u.s. is on alert as new anti-american protests erupt overseas. demonstrations in bangladesh's capitol city turned violent. the demonstrations are over an independently made film mocking muham
's wife was on her way to los angeles but made an unscheduled stop in denver after the cockpit filled with smoke. the campaign later tweeted that everything was okay. >>> and if you buy trader joe's peanut butter, you better check the cover. the store is voluntarily recalling its valencia creamy salty peanut butter with sea salt, a possible link found to 29 cases of salmonella in pennsylvania and massachusetts. the peanut butter in question is labelled with use by dates from may 23rd, 2013 to june 28th, 2013. >>> a truck driver in long island picked up a hitch-hiker and drove him around for four days. that story is odd enough there, but he then found out the man was wanted for murder, theft and forgery. the truck driver even invited the hitch-hiker over for dinner with his family, twice. police discovered he was a murder suspect during a stop at the george washington bridge. the driver obviously was shocked. >> i wasn't really shocked, because like i said, he was a very quiet guy. like my wife saw me, don't pick up any strangers. >> apparently he wasn't shocked. the suspect, 52-year-o
to determine it. >>> the space shuttle touched down in los angeles today putting an end to the 30 year shuttle program. i'm not so sure its cool -- it looks cool here. the end of the program. that's historic. for the last three days the nearly two billion dollar shuttle was displayed from coast to coast. eventually the shuttle will sit there. california science center. >> last time we will see it fly. that's depressing. >> isn't that something? still amazing sight. >> quick check of the weather. no big changes, i think you are okay first thing tomorrow. you have morning plans, chances for showers and storms up through the afternoon. then a cooler day sunday. we will barely get out of the 640s. cool for all those outside activities. when we switched to fios, we got better tv, better phone, better internet. [ male announcer ] it's time to get more for your money. upgrade to verizon fios internet, tv and phone with our best price online: just $84.99 a month, guaranteed for one year with no annual contract. internet is absolutely imperative for school nowadays. look up this, write an essay on t
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight, a conversation with author and activist jamie lee curtis. her latest book is out this month and is called "my brave year of first." we're glad you joined us for a conversation with jamie lee curtis. >> there is a saying that dr. king had, he said, there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only about halfway to completely eliminate hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: please welcome jamie lee curtis back to this program, the award winning actor and best selling author is out with her latest, my brave year of first. i love that title. but that is not a buck. >> you know what? this is taunting me. this is actually a certifiable taunting. tavis: james taylor and tavis smiley. >> i'm surprised that you are not making out. i know why you're m
back past los angeles landmarks. the final approach ended with a perfect touchdown at l.a.x. >> you know, it's the end of an era. the kids are going to look at her and be inspired of what people can do. wow, i can't believe people really built something like that. >> spend a few weeks in a hanger before it is towed to the california science center. that 12-mile journey to the museum is the controversial part. workers had to cut down more than 400 trees sot shuttle can safely pass on the street. museum officials are pledging to planned almost 1,000 new trees in their place. endeavour goes on permanent display next month. >>> still ahead on 9. a warning for you peanut butter lovers. if there's some in your pan your pantry, a brand that could be connected to an outbreak. how one man decided to get back at his neighbor who was blaring some music too loudly. >>> and then we talk about the dance craze sweeping the world. tonight we take a look at why everyone is going gaga. >> you can leave me out of that one. i'm in for topper and it's beautiful out here on the patio. nice pleasant we
an electrical fire. mrs.romney's plane was headed to los angeles from nebraska. >>> there's good news from california on the job front tonight. the unemployment rate dipped from 10.7%, that's down from 11.9 a year ago. california added almost 3,000 jobs. the biggest game came from education and services field. this is how the numbers break down in the bay area. solano county has the highest rate. >>> dianne feinstein holds a lead over her republican challenger. 58% say they support the republican incumbent. 31% say they support elizabeth emken's. >>> today's san francisco health officials reported the first evidence of west nile virus in the city this year. tests show a dead bird recently found near city college of san francisco was infected with the mosquito bourn illness. mosquitoes may increase as we head into fall, they're asking people to make sure there's no standing water where mosquitoes can breed. no west nile virus cases have been reported in san francisco since 2005. >>> the new iphone 5 was finally released this morning. there's an estimate that apple may sell 1 million apple i
this 18-year-old was found wandering in a downtown los angeles bus stop more than 2,000 miles away from home. he's telling investigators his stepfather put him on a bus to jackson, mississippi, gave him $200 with a lit of l.a. homeless shelters were the idea he'd never come back. >> so what are these parents facing from the legal system? >> they're facing seven counts of child abuse. investigators are charging them -- they're interviewing the 13 and 11-year-old siblings as well, who say they didn't even know the color of of their brother's hair, he hadn't been outside in two years. they're investigating these or two siblings. now mitchell and the two girls are being held by authorities and placed with other foster families and hopefully will have a better future than they've had. >> a ground breaking announcement from the largest cancer center in the world. how researchers hope to radically reduce the death rate from several common cancers. for our country, rgy drilling thousands of feet below fresh water sources within self-contained well systems. and, using state-of-the-art monitorin
and los angeles. last month, the gop fell bihind a few million and every dollar is critical. and especially given the high price of political ads on tv. and that's where the war will be waged. in san diego this afternoon. romney blasted the president over the handling of the economy. >> he increased the number of food stamps 15 million. that's more of the population of ohio a randomly selected state. it is a tragedy. it is it a human trag these are brothers and and real americans who are in poverty because of the policies of the president. >> romney heads to colorado tomorrow for a evening rally in denver. >> congressman paul ryan active on the trail. >> he was campaigning in florida promoting his medicare plan in a state where 25 percent of the electorate is over 65 and the president is leading boy a few points margin. ryan's budget plan calls for support for democrat to buy freist insurance and ryan attacked the president this way. mitt romney and i have looked at the issue. worked with democrats, come up with the best ideas from both parties for a plan to save medicare. p
down in los angeles. and officially ending nasa's shuttle program. people lined streets and rooftops to get one, last final glimpse in flight. it toured some california landmarks, from the golden gate bridge to the hollywood sign before landing. it will go on display at the science museum in los angeles. >>> finally, i've been to a lot of baseball games in my life. hundreds of play in little league and high school ball. but i've never seen what i saw at the yankees/oakland game last night. the yankees ichiro suzuki, hits it back to the pitcher. and somehow, he loses the ball inside his shirt. he tried to pull it out. and finally, just gave up. you see him smile afterward. even he thought it was funny. the yankees, by the way, won that game, 2-1. they're in first place. just a dozen games to go. i'm a yankees fan. >> we could tell. i love the look on his face. forget it. >> i don't know how he did it. how do you lose a baseball down your shirt? but he did it. >>> now, to the global frenzy over apple's latest, shiny, new, got to have it product, the iphone 5. the company produced 10 mi
. >>> a crewmember on the los angeles set of a new disney movie has died. the 48-year-old man reportedly suffered a heart attack while preparing a tank for an underwater shooting scene in the remake of the lone ranger. he was pronounced dead at the hospital. the accident did not take place while cameras were rolling. >>> tiger at the bronx zoo could be back in its exhibit as early as today after mauling a man. the 25-year-old man deliberately jumped 17 feet into the exhibit from an elevated monorail yesterday. the 11-year-old siberian tiger bit the man several times. emergency personnel used a fire extinguisher to get the animal away from him. officials are still trying to figure out why the man jumped. he is listed in critical condition. >>> knots berry farm is shutting down all six of its wind seeker ride. on wednesday, 20 people were stranded on the ride. they were left dangling 300 feet in the air for four hours, until they were finally lowered down. the company is now doing an internal review of why the ride shut down. >>> witnesses rush to help a security guard who was shot by a man trying
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